My morning roundup:
• Wall Street’s Newest Regulator a Longtime Foe (Deal Book)
• Could News Corp end up in play? (Reuters) see also News Corp. Trading at 50% Discount Signals Life Without Murdoch: Real M&A (Bloomberg)
• Stranger moves into foreclosed home, citing little-knownTexas law (K Houston)
• Its a topsy turvy world! Wall Street Journal proves Keynes was right (Salon)
• The Scourge of the Faith-Based Paper Dollar (WSJ)
• The Great Global Debt Depression: It’s All Greek To Me (Global Research) see also What hope is there for us if America is driven to the brink of meltdown? (Guardian)
• How One Man Hacked His Way Into the Slot-Machine Industry (Wired)
• Quick 50 writing tools (Poynter Institute)
• Why social marketing doesn’t work (FT)
• Discreet nonprofit American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) writes bills for conservative lawmakers (Raw Story)
What are you reading?
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